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Family & Relationships Judas Priest: Rob Halford about his prostate cancer

16:26  09 november  2021
16:26  09 november  2021 Source:   metal-hammer.de

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Rob Halford of Judas Priest has discussed again in detail why he gone to the public with his prostate cancer diagnosis.

Rob Halford mit Judas Priest im Juni 2019 in Los Angeles © Provided by www.metal-hammer.de Rob Halford with Judas Priest in June 2019 in Los Angeles

Rob Halford of Judas Priest has discussed again in detail why he gone to the public with his prostate cancer diagnosis.

Judas Priest -Frontmann Rob Halford spoke again about his fight against prostate cancer. In the interview at Mariskal Rock from Spain, the 70-year-old also explained why he has decided to take public with this private health matter. Above all, he wants to encourage men in the appropriate age to go to the respective routine examinations.

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Urgent Appell

"It forms back," Begins Rob Halford's comments on prostate cancer. "I am thankful for. It was at a time when ... you know: Timing is everything in the Rock'n'Roll and Heavy Metal. And of course, this wore during the pandemic, in the initial phases of the pandemic. Therefore, the world was completely sealed. Juda's priest would have been in a little break anyway because we were at three times around the world with [our last album] Firepower. So, a kind of break started anyway, although we have composed for the new album. At least that's how I was able to take care of three things: my autobiography 'I confess'; Writing a little with the band before I drive to Phoenix; And then this cancer thing controlled. "

Rob Halford still kept a small lobrede on modern medicine. "It's just a miracle what you can do in healthcare today. That's absolutely remarkable. In my case, I have a main message to the guys anywhere in the world. If you reach a certain age, it is very important that you can examine your prostate, your blood. Leave a colonoscopy. With all these things, such ancient types say like me: 'Wait, wait, wait.' But waiting is the worst thing you can do. That's one of the reasons why I wanted to go out with the news. And then there was still the fact that it was actually known anyway for a while. Since the last issue of 'I confessed', which appeared last September, it had come out. So it would have come to light anyway. "

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